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A Message From Our School Leader



As the end of the school year approaches, we want to celebrate with all of you.  This has been such an incredible school year. 

  • We had more clubs this year

  • We enjoyed many more in person Field Trips and Events

  • We offered more virtual events

  • We had more guest speakers

  • Our graduation rate hit 91% which is higher than the state’s average

  • We launched new electives and new courses

  • Our staff grew as we hired more teachers to better serve our students

All in all, this has been quite a year.

Every year, UCA leads the way with our Intent to Return.  Our families are quick to tell us they want to come back next year.  If we missed you in that process or your family has decided they do want to come back next year, it is not too late.  Please reach out to us and we can turn your Intent to Return No to an Intent to Return Yes.  You can reach us at the office at 801-298-6660.  We are more than happy to help!

Erin Taylor

School Leader

The UCA Learning Commitment
This is a copy of UCA's three legs of responsibilities and covers the roles of the student, learning coaches and teachers at UCA
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 Open Volunteer Position – UCA Board of Directors

On behalf of UCA Board Chair, Ms. Kinney, please see the message below.  

I am excited to share an opportunity with the school community. As dedicated volunteers serving the mission of the school and ensuring responsible governance, Board members are a vital part of the fabric of the school. 


Currently, the Board is looking to increase its membership by adding one (1) parent/guardian representative! Interested individuals are encouraged to review the Board member role and responsibilities, as outlined in the above video, and reach out to Erin Taylor, School Leader, through WebMail with your resume. Attending regularly scheduled meetings is a condition of membership. 


Thank you, 

Stephanie Kinney

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